Rear of 140 - 150 Fleet Road

Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 4BE

0.50 Acres
For Sale
Development (Land & Buildings)

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Property Type Development (Land & Buildings)
Tenure For Sale
Size 0.50 Acres
Freehold Price Offers in excess of £1,250,000 subject to contract and planning
Energy Performance Rating Upon enquiry

Key Features

  • Prime town centre location.
  • Cleared site of approx. 0.5 acres with access from Fleet Rd.
  • Suitable for residential development (subject to securing the necessary consents).
  • Adjacent to Fleet town centre amenities.


The land lies in the heart of Fleet town centre being to the rear of the retail properties 140- 150 Fleet Road and extends to approximately 0.2 hectares, plus a further 0.05 hectares which comprises the freehold land providing the vehicular and pedestrian access road to the site from Fleet Road.

The private access road leads to the main site, which comprises a cleared piece of land, located adjacent to the Church Road public car park. Along the south-west boundary runs a public footpath taking pedestrians from the Church Road car park to Fleet Road emerging directly opposite the main entrance to The Hart Centre.


The freehold interest is to be sold subject to, and/or with the benefit of any rights of way, easements or restrictions which may exist, whether or not mentioned in these particulars.


Seeking offers in excess of £1,250,000 (one million two hundred and fifty thousand pounds), subject to contract. Subject to planning offers will be considered.


Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Hurst Warne & Partners LLP. The site can be viewed from the access road between 150 and 152 Fleet Road. For access onto the site please contact the sole selling agents.

The site has potential for residential redevelopment, subject to planning consent. Pre-application discussions have taken place with Hart DC which indicate the site may be suitable for 8 no 3 bed houses. Futher information is available on the sales particulars.
Prospective buyers will need to make thier own planning enquiries with Hart DC  on the potential of the site for any proposed residential or alternative uses development.